AGC of Kentucky Advocates in Washington

AGC members talked immigration reform and more funding for career and technical education programs with lawmakers.

This week, members from the AGC of Kentucky came to Washington D.C. to meet with members of Kentucky’s congressional delegation, as well as other D.C. decision-makers. Participants in the fly-in met with their members of Congress to discuss the construction industry’s labor shortage, the need for immigration visa reform, and tax provisions important to construction companies.

During the fly-in AGC of KY members got updates on:

  • The latest legislative action from Kentucky’s congressional delegation;
  • AGC’s Construction Advocacy Fund that protects the industry form regulatory overreach through litigation, and advocates for the industry by financing critical advocacy campaigns that influence policy decisions;
  • AGC’s advocacy on regulatory and legislative issues impacting the industry; and
  • A briefing on the 2024 election and the AGC Political Action Committee.

As a reminder, AGC chapters are welcome and encouraged to utilize the AGC Townhouse when they come to Washington. The AGC Townhouse is conveniently located just steps from the Capitol.

For additional information, please contact Alex Etchen.

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